David Chapman (born 1959) has worked as a musician, and produced and directed documentary films. He currently creates video and digital sound pieces for both gallery and site-specific exhibitions, such as Hark (2005), with photographer David Cottridge, Octo:Sotto Voce (2009) at York Minster, Re-sounding Falkland (2010) on the Falkland Estate in Fife, Scotland, with Louise K. Wilson, and Watermark (2012) at York Guildhall. Recent live performances include playable sound sculptures and music theatre work. Chapman’s doctoral thesis was on sound art and perception. He teaches film theory and production at the University of East London.